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Roaring Kalahari Route

Roaring Kalahari Route

The sheer size and distances of the Kalahari can be intimidating but the members of the Roaring Kalahari Route make you feel at ease in this vast wilderness. The route which starts in the oasis of Kuruman goes on through the tree-filled town of Kathu and northwards to Dibeng and the mining towns of Hotazel and Black Rock. It then heads to McCarthy’s Rest on the Botswana border, back down to Van Zylsrus and westward to Askham with a detour to the unforgettable Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park.

You then head south to the largest town on the route, Upington and back east to Groblershoop and the Boegoeberg Dam.

The Witsand Nature Reserve is a must to stay over at, and then it’s on to Griquatown and Danielskuil. Along the way you will be visiting and staying over at some of the most hospitable and colourful guest houses, guest farms, resorts, parks and nature reserves.

For more information on the Roaring Kalahari Route go to http://www.roaringkalahari.co.za.


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